Suki Falconberg was raped and then became a prostitute. This book, which combines the personal with a great deal of research on prostitution and sex trafficking, is her story.
"Suki has been assigned a tough task-take a very personal horror and make it public in order to educate and heal. While there is no certainty that anyone will listen, one thing is for certain-a world without Suki's voice will never change....She is a rare voice and those are the ones the masses generally try to hush..."
-Sammy Jackson, Emmy Nominated Documentary Filmmaker
(Eyewitness in Iraq, 2005; The Last Day of WWI, 2004);
Cine Golden Eagle Award (Japanese War Crimes: Murder Under the Sun, 1998)
"A brave book, emotionally raw. Suki deals with extremes of human suffering and torture, rare amongst writers....A must read for anyone who truly wants to understand what prostitutes and other trafficked people go through."
-Professor Jennifer Bryson Clark, Chair, Women's Studies, South Texas College
"After reading this book, you will never look at prostitution in the same way again. Since I myself have entered this struggle against human trafficking, I realize the horrible harm that prostitution represents. The word needs to be spread...this is what Dr. Falconberg is trying to do."
-Jeffrey J. Barrows, D.O., M.A. (Bioethics) Health Consultant, Human Trafficking Christian Medical Association President, Gracehaven, Inc.
"Suki Falconberg's terrific article, '"Freedom" to Rape Prostitutes in Iraq: Fun and Porn for the Boys,' touched and moved me deeply."
-Myra Adel, Miss Iraq 2008